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All reviews by John Crosby

I came to Carlisle as a senior lecturer in charge of physical science at Carlisle College. I attended Grace Evangelical church and
eventually became the pastor. I retired from this position in 2004 but continue as part of the leadership team and preaching
for other churches. During the past 42 years I can testify to the kindness of God in my life and how the Holy Spirit has led me
in every area of my journey.

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How shall they hear?
John Mollitt

This is a moving account of the life and ministry of a faithful preacher living in a rural context. John Mollitt speaks of his early days when he first preached to his twin brother. He outlines his conversion and call…

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Transformed – becoming like God’s Son
Derek Tidball

This book is a Bible study resource for individuals or small groups. The aim is that readers should become more like Jesus. The content is designed to further this demanding aspiration. The style throughout is engaging and the theological stance…

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The Lord’s Day: why we go to church twice on Sundays
David Campbell

These companion booklets (see also What does the Bible really say about the importance of Sundays?) provide teaching on an important subject that needs to be re-emphasised in our present age: the significance of the Lord’s Day for believers, and…

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What does the Bible really say about the importance of Sundays?
Iain D Campbell

These companion booklets (see also The Lord’s Day: why we go to church twice on Sundays ) provide teaching on an important subject that needs to be re-emphasised in our present age: the significance of the Lord’s Day for believers, and…

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How should we develop biblical friendship (Kindle Edition)
Joel Beeke & Michael Haykin

The aim of the authors is to answer this question by examining relationships described in the Scriptures and in church history. This booklet is a useful publication; its style and expression make it very accessible, although more emphasis could have…

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The Perfect Saviour
Ed. J Griffiths

Too often, valuable New Testament scholarship never finds its way to the preacher's or pastor's study because it is presented in a form that is not practically digestible in the time available for sermon preparation. The motivation for this volume…

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